While it’s their audio prowess that entertains most of us, musicians also need photos of themselves and their concerts. Here are some of the best music photographers we’ve featured over the years.
Courtney started doing music photography because she was keen to get the kind of photos that would appear in her favorite magazines. Luckily, it was the response to her personal projects that led people to hire her for her musical photography. She uses a combination of digital and film cameras to capture more challenges.
Sometimes all you need to get your career off the ground is a little confidence and permission. That’s what led Jennifer into the world of music photography. She encourages anyone interested in pursuing this career to reach out to local bands and music venues.
Music photography is worth taking. But like all professional photography genres, there is also a business side to things. Tim gives readers some tips on how to strengthen this side of the coin.
As part of a constantly evolving industry, photographers must keep up with the changes. She also had to deal with the many challenges of being a female photographer. talked.
His photography is heavily influenced by 90s music, so it’s no surprise that Brenton prefers to shoot on film. Musicians have even asked him to do all the shooting on film.
All images used with permission. C.Copyright by respective photographer.The lead image is Tim Botchen.